- a flexible speaking tube for communication between separate cockpits or compartments of an aircraft.
Origin of gosport
First recorded in 1940–45; after Gosport, England
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Examples from the Web for gosport
William—absent Kate and Prince George—arrived by helicopter to Gosport Royal Navy Submarine Museum in Hampshire today.William Has a Tipple in the Line of Duty
May 12, 2014
She's over there at the Gosport Navy Yard, and she's almost ready.The Long Roll
That on which he was convicted, was for defrauding the post-master of Gosport of 3l.
About as many reach Portsmouth and Gosport, to the perplexity of the authorities.William Pitt and the Great War
John Holland Rose
In a couple of hours Portsmouth, Gosport and Portsea had ceased to be towns.The World Peril of 1910
The largest is James river, with Portsmouth and Gosport near the mouth.Hurricane Hurry
- a town in S England, in Hampshire on Portsmouth harbour: naval base since the 16th century. Pop: 69 348 (2001)
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